LONDON (Reuters) - Over a third of Britons are using the Internet to diagnose medical conditions rather than visit their doctor, according to a survey released on Monday.

A poll commissioned by UKTV Style for its new "Spa of Embarrassing Illnesses" series found 38 percent of Britons had attempted self-diagnosis by searching the Internet for answers.

Britons trawl Web to diagnose medical problems | UK | Reuters


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